Tips & Essentials
Welcome to the Hoi An Guide. Here you will find everything you need to know about your Vietnam travel and Hoi An. Vietnam is a country where negotiation (or barter) is normal practice. For many tourists this causes frustration as we are used to having price tags on everything. To this end, here is a very basic price guide for common items around Hoi An. Keep in mind that prices will likely be more expensive at hotels, resorts, and in the heart of Hoi An Ancient Town.
Frequently Asked Questions
How far is Hoi An from Da Nang? How do I get from Da Nang to Hoi An? Is it safe to get taxis from Da Nang airport and will they overcharge? Is Hoi An safe for foreigners?
TIPS & ESSENTIALS: TOP TIPS
Welcome to your Hoi An Guide. Here you will find everything you need to know for your Hoi An, Vietnam travel.
Visas for Vietnam
Whilst some countries are visa exempt, most tourists to Vietnam will probably need a 1 – 3 month single or multiple-entry tourist visa. There are three ways to get a Tourist Visa:
‘Where’s the nearest supermarket, grocery store, convenience store in Hoi An?’ Welcome to the Hoi An Guide. Here you will find everything you need to know to make the most of your time in Vietnam, Hoi An. In this section we tell you where to buy your groceries and provide detials of the best supermarket / convenience stores in Hoi An.
Vietnamese language is a tricky one to master, but it’s a good idea to try. There’s no guarantee that you’ll be understood (accent is everything!), but you’re sure to get a smile for trying. Also, using a little bit of Vietnamese is one way to save yourself from getting charged higher prices.